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Albert Camp Trail, Washington

Albert Camp Trail has a total elevation difference of 3,696 feet which is a higher than average number. Being 15.2 miles long; it's considered a longer backcountry hike. This is a trail that is quite long, so make sure you bring plenty of supplies. Some parts of this backcountry trail are much higher up than other parts of the backcountry trail, so keep in mind that you may need to dress differently at different elevations. Sometimes this trail gets really dry, so do check for current fire restrictions before you go if you plan to bring a stove or make a camp fire. There is only one trailhead, so in and out is the way to backcountry walk it normally. Of course, this is an overnight backcountry trek, 2 days normally, so better have big a backpack to fit all the stuff you need.

Total in and out hiking length = 15.2 miles

Total climbing distance = 6.3 miles

Difficulty : Difficult

Casual Hiking Pace: 2 days

Fast Hiking Pace: 8.5 hours

Total elevation difference: 3696 feet
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